Ratings based on 6 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4.5 Room cleanliness
4.2 Service & staff
4.3 Room comfort
4.2 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Everyoneby paul from Brooklyn, NY
Just what we were looking for!Posted Jul 28, 2013
Cons: Do not disturb signs to hang on the door so that cleaning staff does not enter if you are still in the room.
Location: Great food near by! Brego is top notch for any type of gelato you want. Train station is 5 min walk away.
Beautiful room with private balcony and easy access walking to the train and downtown Frascati. The family the owns and runs the hotel were very welcoming and helpful. A great experience all around.
Recommendedby A verified traveler
Posted Jul 14, 2013 on Hotels.com
Excellent value fro dollar... i would stay here again
Recommendedby A verified traveler
Posted Jul 11, 2013 on Hotels.com
for Business Travelersby Helen
Easy to find and close to centrePosted Jul 21, 2012 on Hotels.com
Very close to central Frascati so convenient for cafes, restaurants and bars but just slightly off the main squares so not too noisy. Friendly and helpful staff. Rooms well maintained and cleaned. Good shower.
for Couplesby Mary from Toronto, Ontario
Enjoy staying in Frascati; easy access to RomePosted Jul 2, 2012
Pros: Signora Cacciani is a beautiful, endearing, elderly matriarch. Cacciani's orig. art print map of Frascati (1905). View of Rome,tho hazy is wonderful.
Cons: Expedia ad indicates that parking is available,but it is pay parking that you have to find on the streets of Frascati, but this is not impossible.
Location: Frascati is easily accessed by highway. Driving into Rome on a Sunday was wonderful drive through the suburbs via a main spoke road (Via Tuscalona).
Frascati is a wonderful town on the outskirts of Rome, & Cacciani is wonderful hotel to stay in to make day trips to Rome (only 40 minutes by car on a Sunday). There is also a train station within walking distance of the hotel to take the train in to Rome. The furnishings in the room are reflective of Frascati itself ... it is a town where prior to 1910 their were five large villas .. so the wood furniture in the room is traditional in style and has been well cared for, the mattress in my room was comfortable, and the bathroom was likely updated in the last seven years with new fixtures and has been well maintained and is practical - it has a stand up shower, no bathtub. While staying at the hotel avail yourself to the wonderful restaurant with an incredible panoramic view of Rome in the distance. The restaurant is a not to be missed feature for a fine dining experience enjoying some recipes that were perfected in the early 1900's, through updated recipes that chefs have created in the last two or three decades.
Recommendedby A verified traveler from Ankara, Turkey
It's OKPosted Jul 6, 2007
The hotel furnishings are a bit outdated and the staff is not particularly helpful and not very keen to speak English. The best feature of this hotel is the excellent views over the Frascati, Rome and surroundings so insist on a room with terrace. If you are planning to visit Rome frequently, beware that trains run only hourly (every 2 hours on Sundays). Although I'm not particularly impressed with the hotel, given the high hotel prices in Italy and the quality of accomodation in Rome, I would recommend this hotel...